The 2013 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting will be held 21-25 July, 2013 at the Vancouver Convention Centre, the Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown Hotel and the Renaissance Vancouver Harbourside Hotel located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The theme of the meeting is: Shaping the Future Energy Industry
2013 General Meeting Informational Poster (PDF) - Print this flyer to publicize the 2013 GM for your chapter or company.
Manufacturers and service providers may be interested in special opportunities that will raise the company's profile amongst current and potential future customers while supporting the largest gathering of professionals in the electrical power and energy industry in North America. Full details of the available opportunities can be found here: Support Opportunities (PDF)
The author registration deadline has been extended until 31 May 2013.
Volunteer Information available now.
More information on Student Program available now.
Locale & Hotel
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Tutorials offered at the General Meeting cover a range of topics.
- Six half-day tutorials. These include a variety of tutorials covering Smart Grid topics: DOE's 7 Traits, Implementation and Lessons Learned, Microgrids, Distribution, and Distributed Energy Resources, as well as a tutorial on Distribution Overcurrent Protection and Coordination
- Seven full day tutorials encompassing a wide range of topics of interest to engineers, including Power Quality, Operation of Electricity Markets, Energy Forecasting, Application of IEC CIM Standards, Synchrophasor Fundamentals and Applications, Gas Insulated Lines, and Renewable Energy Plant Design.
Tutorials are part of the General Meeting. An additional registration fee is required in addition to the conference fee.